Yala Peak| the Trekking peak in Lang Tang Himalayan

Yala Peak

Yala Peak is the closest peak from Kathmandu and close to Tibet border northeast of kyanjin Gompa altitude 3870m in the Lang Tang valley. This peak usually climbed in two or three days from kyanjin Gompa with High camp at Yala Kharka altitude 4900m, It’s also possible to climb one or two days with good acclimatization. It is easiest trekking peak to ascent and also good preparation for Naya Kanga altitude 5844m, the summit of Yala Peak is renowned for being excellent viewpoint of Langtang altitude 7227m, Gonzala Chuli to south, north Yansa Tsenji altitude 6500m on the Nepal-Tibet border, to the north –east beautiful and steep Morimoto Peak altitude 6750m and can be seen with bulk of Sisapangma altitude 8013m in the distance in Tibet. If you are feeling to right up in the Himalaya, with less crowded and few people around also without experience not too much difficulty, Yala Peak is the best option in terms of budget, length and difficulty.

Trip summary:

Max elevation: 5732m/ 18805ft.                                               Trip Duration: 16days

Trip Location: Lang Tang Valley                                              Trip difficulty: Moderate/easy

Trip mode: Teahouse & camping                                             Trip cost: $ 1750.00 per person

Itinerary at glance:

Day1: Arrived in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2: Preparation and gear check/discussion and planning with the guide and office staff.

Day 3: Drive to Syaphrubesi 8hours, altitude 2200m and stay in a local guesthouse.

Day 4: Trekking Syaphrubesi to Lama Hotel altitude 2500m and stay.

Day 5: Trekking Lama Hotel to Lang Tang altitude 3100m and stay.

Day 6: Trekking Lang Tang Village to Kyanjin Gompa altitude 3750m and stay.

Day 7: Side Trekking to Tserko Ri altitude 5033m and back to Kyanjin prep for the peak.

Day 8: Trekking Kyanjin to Yala Base Camp altitude 4800m and camp.

Day 9: Trekking Base camp to High camp and stay/attempt the summit.

Day 10: Early morning climb to Yala Summit at 5550m and back to base camp.

Day 11 Trekking to Kyanjin Gompa and stay.

Day 12: Trekking Kyanjin to Lama Hotel and stay.

Day 13: Trekking Lama Hotel to Syaphrubesi and stay.

Day 14: Drive To Kathmandu from Syaphrubesi 8 hour and stay in Kathmandu.

Day 15: Extra day in Kathmandu.

Day 16: Final day, transfer to the airport.

What is including?

  • Climbing permit, national park fee.
  • Airport picks up and drops.
  • Three-night hotel in Kathmandu with Bed and breakfast.
  • Half day sightseeing in Kathmandu.
  • Climbing instructor /guide/leader 4:1 ratio and porter their salary and other expenses.
  • Group climbing gear (lead rope, ice bar, ice pickets, slings, carabineer, rappelling rope)
  • Tent two person/organize a trip, and teahouses full packages from Kathmandu to Kathmandu.
  • Transportation to from Kathmandu.

What is not including?

  • Personal/ health/ adventure insurance.
  • Coke, bottle beverages, alcohol, laundry, Internet, international phone call etc.
  • Emergency evacuation and other extra expenses and related charges.
  • Guide, Porter tip.
  • Drinking water during the trekking (please bring water purification own your own)

What you need to bring

  • Personal belongings (i.e. camera, water bottle, extra money, sunscreen, sunglasses, sunhat, hiking shorts/ synthetic T-shirt etc.)
  • Hiking boots, sports shoe/ trainers, 3/4 woolen socks 2 pairs liners socks, 1 pairs gloves, warm hat,
  • 1 Day back pack and duffel bag for your clothing.
  • Warm layers, down or synthetic jackets, fleece, hiking pants, thermals.

Note: We customize your trip according to your interest, duration, and budget. This is brief itinerary gives you some idea and broader pictures of the trip while you are thinking to do so. Please do not hesitate to contact us for details and additional information of the area.

We will provide comprehensive climbing gear list on booking, and most of these items you can buy or rental in Kathmandu.